Stagecoach 1939 Movie Poster Lithograph

S2 Art Group, Ltd

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Hand-pulled Lithograph
Coventry Smooth
AFI's 100 American Movie Poster Classics
S2 Editions Atelier
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Product Overview

Stagecoach is a hand pulled, fine art movie poster lithograph by S2 Art from their Art of the Movies collection. This is an exact recreation of the theatrical release one-sheet. The poster is pulled on Coventry cotton paper through a rare, antique, German made printing press.

This is not print or reproduction. It is a remastered, recreated, original work of art.

Stagecoach, features John Wayne, Claire Trevor, John Mitchell, John Carradine, Andy Devine and George Bancroft. John Ford directed the feature length film and Walter Wanger was the producer.

The tagline on the poster is "A Powerful Story, of 9 Strange People".

This one-sheet was produced at S2 Editions Atelier, New York City, in 2000, under the guidance of the Ré Society Ltd, and S2 Art company. It was created in partnership with the American Film Institute's, 100 American Classic Movie Posters.

This lithograph bears the trademark of the Ré Society, plus the blind stamped emblem of the S2 Editions Atelier. The signature of the chromist, David Copson, is also printed unobtrusively on this lithograph in order to distinguish it from the original Golden Age poster.

The lithograph is sequentially numbered in pencil in the lower left border, by a curator at S2 Editions.

Comes with a certificate of authenticity by Re Society Ltd. Item is packaged and shipped in a museum quality tube.

Dimensions: 27" x 41"


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  • 5

    Posted by Steve Lake on Aug 19th 2021

    I wasn't originally going to get this one but am oh so glad I did! Surprisingly amongst my favorites. I LOVE MOVIES, old and new alike, and these Art of the Movies posters are both nostalgic, and remarkable works of art wholly within themselves, far surpassing and even lapping the originals in my humble opinion. IN FACT, THESE MAY WELL BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POSTERS YOU’VE EVER SEEN! Having spent years in the printing industry myself, I never experienced anything like hand-pulled lithography. There is a vast difference in quality, one that I never fully appreciated, between using standard 4-color process as opposed to the typical 12-16 colors used to create these posters. THE COLORS FRANKLY LEAP OFF THE PAGE! There’s also a tactile difference quite apparent in the quality of paper. I already owned a large collection double-sided movie posters dating from the late 80s and longed for some old classics that would look nice in my backlit poster marquees. Took a chance and splurged on one of these, Richard III. I WAS BLOWN AWAY! These posters look FANTASTIC in backlit marquees, every bit holding their own to double-sided posters. After this initial purchase I now have 20 more in my possession and 8 more on top of that on the way! Here’s hoping they’ll add more to their collection!

  • 5
    STAGECOACH lithograph

    Posted by David Morrell on Feb 6th 2021

    This lithographic representation of a 1939 STAGECOACH is amazing. The fascinating process by which the lithograph was created is explained in detail on the Davinci Emporium website. The thick, quality paper allows for sharp details and popping colors. Spellbinding, it decorates an otherwise drab hallway, to which my wife now goes frequently to admire the lithograph. Davinci Emporium offers amazing service. The first STAGECOACH lithograph that DE sent did not arrives because of a problem with the delivery provider.After a few weeks, I politely contacted DE about this, and a DE rep immediately sent a replacement. A first-class lithograph and a first-class company.

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